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Quantum Memory of the Universe

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In this paper, starting from the self similarity structures of the Universe, we analyze the possibility that the Universe has had a quantum imprinting. This quantum memory could be revealed today through the generalized Compton wavelength relation and through the cosmological Schrodinger equation. Indeed, thanks to the first quantization, it is possible to recast the Einstein equations in a Schrödinger-like form. Besides we consider the possibility that the Universe might not have originated from a true singularity beginning from an infinitely small volume.
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Keywords: COSMOLOGICAL SCHRODINGER EQUATION; DE SITTER RELATIVITY; QUANTUM COSMOLOGY; SELF-SIMILARITY

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: June 1, 2014

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